Poetry cornerPosted: 15/08/2013 Filed under: Poetry corner | Tags: bad, cardigan, funny, lost property, poetry, woolly Leave a comment
The Lonely Cardigan – by Joanna Diskettes
As I cling to this cold stair rail,
Alone but never mardy,
I contemplate my lifetime,
As your favourite Cardie
Was it that I didn’t fit right?
Not protect you from the chill?
Do I now offend your sight?
That was not my woolly will
A happier time from this – my worst,
From charity shop you bought me,
And though you weren’t by far my first,
You’re now my one and only
My fate it now seems signed and sealed,
A lifetime lost in limbo,
Come back my saviour I will plead,
All sweaters are just bimbos